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Having Gastroenteritis. Not having bowel movement. Taking medication. Reason, treatment?

hi. please help me. i just came out the hospital at 4;30 am.they told me i have gastroenteritis . im taking 3 different pills one for pain, one for diahrea and other for vomiting . but now i have a bigger promblem i havent poop all day yesturday n today, my stomache is full and i feel like im fool of poop. but nothing comes out. im worry. please tell me what to do?
Asked On : Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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gastroenteritis mean some kind of infection in your intestines which causes diarrhea and pain.
diarrhea is bodys natural defense mechanism to flush out the bacteria which are causing infections
it looks like the medicine for diarrhea given to you has bring this change in your bowel
considering your enteritis here are some suggestions which might help you
1)take plenty of juices and fluids
2)consume fibers in your diet
3)you can stop the pain medicine if there is no pain
4)do some light exercise may be walking for a few mins.this will regularize your bowel
5)consume luke warm water
6)most importantly have patience as it takes some shuffling before the things are set to there positions
god bless
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